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FOX
Dec 28, 2012 6:00pm PST
driving laws. patti lee joins us with details on that plan. >> reporter: there will be multiple dui checkpoints including here in palo alto which will have a command center set up by 9:00 a.m. these are after a bill passed this afternoon will help stop repeat drunk drivers. >> a drink or two drink for some people you can't drive. >> reporter: we sat in on a mandatory treatment session for men arrested while driving under the influence. some are repeat offenders. >> people are going to do it. people are going to find a way to do it. >> today i introduce senate bill 55. >> reporter: state senator jerry hill introduced a bill that would require drivers convicted of a second dui offense to install a division interlock device for one year. the iud would prevent the car from starting if there's alcohol on the drive's breath. >> we've tried increasing fines, we've tried to recall licenses. but we need to do more to save lives. >> reporter: according to the most recent chp statistics, drunk driving killed 4,000 californians in 2009 and if those arrested for driving under the influence, near
KICU
Dec 13, 2012 11:30pm PST
. patti lee joins us to tell us why this should be a beautiful show. >> reporter: this telescope can magnify up to 5,000 times but because there's no moon and no clouds the best way to enjoy this show might be with a pair of binoculars. or as you see, just with a naked eye. >> i talked to my friend about a falling star she saw, if i could see that that would be great. >> you won't see anything, now all of a sudden you will see a little fly go. >> reporter: from our vantage point in the east bay, meteor shore spotting started picking up around 10:00. >> i saw a very bright streak going across the sky and it was really spectacular. >> reporter: astronomers are expecting this celestial display to be spectacular. the gemini will be visible tonight and maybe joined by a never before seen meteor shore from the comet retonin. >> by 1:00, 2:00 in the morning it'll be three a minute. >> reporter: this group waited in line to use the telescope to see the stars and plants. a great view if you can get it but scientists say binoculars are better to spot a meteor shower on nights like this. >> rep
FOX
Dec 13, 2012 10:00pm PST
. >>> happening now, a celestial light show, the annual gemenie meteor store is peaking tonight. patti lee joins us to tell us why this should be a beautiful show. >> reporter: this telescope can magnify up to 5,000 times but because there's no moon and no clouds the best way to enjoy this show might be with a pair of binoculars. or as you see, just with a naked eye. >> i talked to my friend about a falling star she saw, if i could see that that would be great. >> you won't see anything, now all of a sudden you will see a little fly go. >> reporter: from our vantage point in the east bay, meteor shore spotting started picking up around 10:00. >> i saw a very bright streak going across the sky and it was really spectacular. >> reporter: astronomers are expecting this celestial display to be spectacular. the gemini will be visible tonight and maybe joined by a never before seen meteor shore from the comet retonin. >> by 1:00, 2:00 in the morning it'll be three a minute. >> reporter: this group waited in line to use the telescope to see the stars and plants. a great view if you can get it but scien
FOX
Dec 16, 2012 10:00pm PST
control laws. ktvu's patti lee tells us ability a push by a california lawmaker. >> is this the way we want america to go? the rights of a few overcome the safety of the majority. i don't think so. >> reporter: today feinstein announced she would reintroduce the country's ban on assault weapons that expired in 2004. >> president obama has a perfect opportunity now in his second term to take a tough position but getting it through a republican congress, not going to happen. >> reporter: don p era ta worked with feinstein to expand california's ban on assault weapons in 1989 after a mass killing in a stockton schoolyard. he says despite the outrage sparked by that tragedy, california's law barely passed. >> i learned at that time that if you build a better mouse trap they'll find a better mouse. >> reporter: p era ta says treat guns like cars. require proficiency test, insurance, and a waiting period. >> once we started there, let's begin to build on it. frankly with the assault weapon ban we're going to be fighting the same old fight. >> reporter: p era ta say it is right to bear arm is
FOX
Dec 17, 2012 5:00pm PST
and a man is in custody. ktvu's patty lee is live in san francisco. >> reporter: homicide is in charge of this case because investigators found the circumstances suspicious. >> reporter: he was one of several witnesses who saw her collapse in broad day light in the sidewalk. >> she wasn't breathing and the ambulance came, when they took her away they were trying to revive her. >> reporter: he didn't heard she died till this afternoon and the news spread quickly. >> go away. go away. go away. >> reporter: are you okay? >> no, i am not. >> reporter: this woman blamed herself for not doing more to protect the girl who lived here with her sister and mother. >> family had issues. >> reporter: based on conditions at the family's home some sort of abuse took place. >> there is not enough i could talk about right now because the investigation sun certain as to what happened. >> reporter: the police chief confirmed a man at the home is in custody but neighbors say he wasn't the only person police wanted to talk to. >> they brought the mom out and she was dressed with no pants and they had her h
KICU
Dec 7, 2012 7:00pm PST
with patty lee live in san francisco with reaction from two key players and one couple that remains in limbo, patty? >> reporter: today's announcement caught a lot of people from off guard, same sex couples hoping to wed to pioneers briefly legalized it in the city. >> reporter: tom picked out items for his wedding to his lifelong partner but they have not set a date. they are waiting for the supreme court to make a decision on gay marriage that will effect them and millions of couples across the country. >> this means there say chance for an even greater resolution that the supreme court can recognize that marriage is a constitutional right for all- americans. not just for californians. >> reporter: stewart and john, plaintiffs in the historic 2008 lawsuit that held that california's ban on same sex marriage violated the constitution did not expect the supreme court to take on prop 8. >> we are very, very hopeful that the decision will break in favor of loving, committing same-six couples. >> reporter: we caught up with the former mayor, he called today's announcement the bigging of the
FOX
Dec 6, 2012 6:00pm PST
she is not a bad person and that she is innocent till proven guilty. reporting live patty lee. >>> occupy protesters are camped outside the wells fargo building. the group says the movement helped more than two dozen people save their homes by taking part in occupation. >> there was tense moments at a san francisco branch of wells fargo this morning. 60 people who lost their homes stormed the bank on third street. they are part of the occupy our homes movement. police escorted the protesters out of the bank. wells fargo says tomorrow and saturday they will grant $5 million in down payment assistance for those who qualify. >>> police are looking for the driver of a vehicle who hit and killed a pedestrian and drove away. it happened wednesday night around 5:45 p.m. investigators say the victim was crossing the street when he was struck by a dark colored suv or van. police say the vehicle continued south dound -- continued south bound. the victim's identity is being wealth held. >>> investigators say a man who died last night after a fight at a homeless encampment was strangled t
KICU
Nov 30, 2012 11:30pm PST
in a holding pattern at sfo today. ktvu's patti lee reports on a change that happened late today that prompted lines to change. >> i had about an hour delay. >> reporter: into something more extreatment. as the rains kicked up and low clouds hurt visibility. just after 5:00 tonight the faa warned that the average delay could go from 1-1/2 to three hours especially for arriving flights. >> i've walked around the airport and seen the museum and the international terminal. >> reporter: airlines try to minimize delays by consolidating flights but as a result the number of cancelled flights jumped. >> in terms of today's cancellation the majority of what we're seeing are happening on more short haul flights up and down the day today. >> reporter: the delays and cancellations caught the domino effect made work as more rain fell. at sfo, patti lee, ktvu news. >>> we are getting a bit of a break right now there are showers out there. this is the forecast model for tonight or pardon me saturday morning. late tonight and early tomorrow morning. more scattered showers. here we go into 7:00 a.m., more wid
KICU
Dec 6, 2012 11:30pm PST
's patti lee tells us who finally cracked the case for an elderly victim unable to fend for herself. >> reporter: 49-year-old marianita capra managed marin terrance that is until yesterday when police arrested her. >> we determined there was some odd financial transactions taking place and began investigation to see if there was criminal activity. >> reporter: capra targeted an 83-year-old woman who had no family but did have a financial advisor who reported a strange number of purchases that her client couldn't have made. >> the list compiled was in excess of $40,000 but it may be higher than that. >> reporter: police went through capra's home and removed ed. - - removed evidence. and are now looking into other evidence. >> we entrust those who are limited to what we consider responsible professionals. >> reporter: advocates for the elderly say better security is needed as well as better oversight. >> who's going to be watching? there should be some sort of checks and balances system in order to protect these people. >> reporter: the new administrator insists the residents are well
KICU
Dec 14, 2012 11:30pm PST
that moves away from the campus. in oakland, patti lee, ktvu news. >>> state with ktvu for continuing coverage. at 10:30, an emotional crowd packs a bay area church tonight. the impromptu remembrance in honor of connecticut's victims. we'll take you to a northern california city once terrorized by a similar shooting. the lessons that community can share with newtown. >>> at 10:45, we ask a child psychologists about today's tragedy. what you need to assess before you talk to your child. you can postyour condolences to the connecticut victims by going to the ktvu channel 2 facebook page. you can postyour thoughts on our wall. >>> we want to bring you up to the minute on another big story we've been following for you. part of the great mall in milpitas was evacuated today due to a bomb threat. ktvu's maureen naylor live there now. you have new information about what turned out to be a very specific yet unfounded threat. >> gasia, that's correct. we got word three hours ago that there was no explosive at the kohl's behind me. we also got more information about what was posted that led the
KICU
Dec 28, 2012 11:30pm PST
. by putting a locking device inside their car. ktvu's patti lee caught up with some that are saying the technology is missing the mark. >> reporter: we sat in on a mandatory treatment session for men arrested while driving under the influence. some are repeat offenders. >> today i introduce senate bill 55. >> reporter: state senator jerry hill introduced a bill that would require drivers convicted of a second dui offense to install an ignition interlock device or iid on their car for one year. the iid would prevent the car from starting. if there's alcohol on the drive's breath. >> we tried increasing fines, we've tried to revoke licenses to deter those chronic offenders but we need to do more to save lives. >> reporter: according to the most recent chp statistics drunk driving killed 1,200 californians in 2009, for those arrested of driving under the influence near 20% are second offenders. >> a lot of time these poor judgment calls result in very tragic events. >> reporter: paul chang oversees the treatment of thousands of people arrested while driving drunk. he says the bill is w
FOX
Nov 30, 2012 10:00pm PST
's patti lee reports on a change that happened late today that prompted lines to change. >> i had about an hour delay. >> reporter: into something more extreatment. as the rains kicked up and low clouds hurt visibility. just after 5:00 tonight the faa warned that the average delay could go from 1-1/2 to three hours especially for arriving flights. >> i've walked around the airport and seen the museum and the international terminal. >> reporter: airlines try to minimize delays by consolidating flights but as a result the number of cancelled flights jumped. >> in terms of today's cancellation the majority of what we're seeing are happening on more short haul flights up and down the day today. >> reporter: the delays and cancellations caught the domino effect made work as more rain fell. at sfo, patti lee, ktvu news. >>> we are getting a bit of a break right now there are showers out there. this is the forecast model for tonight or pardon me saturday morning. late tonight and early tomorrow morning. more scattered showers. here we go into 7:00 a.m., more widely scattered showers. so now yo
KICU
Nov 30, 2012 7:00pm PST
are not reporting delays. patty lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we have is late word that just about 20 minutes ago 2,000 customers are without power in the bay area. the bulk of the outragees are in the north and east bay and in the santa cruz mountains. they tell us 100,000 customers lost power in the bay area at one point during the storm. k it tvu has more storm watch coverage for you -- ktvu has more storm watch coverage for you. you will be able to view the radar. >>> we are following developing news in oakland where a shopping mall was evacuated for more than two hours because of a suspicious package. we were over the air as the bomb squad investigated. the oakland police say after 4:30 a security guard noticed a package. the mall has a mcdonald's and other restaurants and businesses there. nearby streets were shutdown and we just learned the scene was cleared 30 minutes ago. no word about the package. >>> the police are working to find out the identity of the person found dead in a house fire. by the time the firefighters got there the cabin was almost destroyed. the firefighters were moppin
FOX
Dec 30, 2012 10:00pm PST
on saving his family's business. he's not giving up on bringing his son's killer to justice. patti lee, ktvu news. >>> the tragedy in newtown touched people across the country including an ohio salon owner who is reaching out to the survivors. all the money from haircuts during an event will go to the families of those killed. >> it's unthinkable that you send your child to school and you never get to see them today. >> reporter: many who had their haircuts today said they did because they wanted to do all they could to show they're support. >>> making a new promise, what president obama is vowing to do after the deadly attack in libya that killed an american ambassador. >> plus a second bus explosion in as many days in libya. >>> and another shark attack, how the victim of the latest shark attack says he managed to get away. >> how you can expect the last day of 2012 and when showers return to the forecast. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it
KICU
Dec 30, 2012 11:30pm PST
on bringing his son's killer to justice. patti lee, ktvu news. >>> the tragedy in newtown touched people across the country including an ohio salon owner who is reaching out to the survivors. all the money from haircuts during an event will go to the families of those killed. >> it's unthinkable that you send your child to school and you never get to see them today. >> reporter: many who had their haircuts today said they did because they wanted to do all they could to show they're support. >>> making a new promise, what president obama is vowing to do after the deadly attack in libya that killed an american ambassador. >> plus a second bus explosion in as many days in libya. >>> and another shark attack, >>> bag pipers followed a funeral procession for one of two volunteer firemen shot and killed in a christmas eve ambush. hundreds waited outside in falling snow for a chance to pay their respect to firefighter and police lieutenant michael chiperini. he and thomas pecusca were killed by a man who set his own home on fire and then waited for firefighters to arrive to kill them. >>> now
FOX
Dec 6, 2012 5:00pm PST
,000. ktvu's patty lee has more on what police are learning tonight. patty? >> reporter: they tell us they are finding evidence of identity theft, fraud and robbery. on the surface here it looks like they are ready to celebrate the holidays but the news is a betrayal to family members of the residents here. >> reporter: she
FOX
Dec 30, 2012 6:00pm PST
and redirecting the family's grief. in east oakland, patty lee, ktvu news. >> a 9-year-old boy's in critical condition after clieting on his dirt -- colliding on his dirt bike. >> boys were wearing protective gear. the-year-old suffered a -- 9-yard suffered a head injury -- 9-year-old suffered a head injury. >> san miguel and cowl road, according to the times, a 28-year-old ran a red light before crashing his car. he was treated and booked into county jail. police have on not released his name. >>> a college student accused of a deadly hit-and-run is due to be arraigned tomorrow morning. he is suspected to run into a group of pedestrian earlier this month. the victims were thrown down a hillside, a 56-year-old grandmother died at the hospital. he faces charges of driving under the influence. she was been jailed on $2 million bail. >>> prices for just about everything you buy in california are about to go up, we'll tell you why. >>> and the newest figures in. we'll tell you how retailers did this holiday seasonal. >>> and congress acts on the farm bill. hear how it affects prices at the groce
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